Bought a Compaq desktop, SR1520NX, still in its original config. Talked to Compaq tech support and they told me I had 2 banks of mem, each with 2 slots. When I looked at it, WRONG. It only has 1 bank with 2 slots. I wnat to upgrade the mem. It takes PC3200 mem. Right now I have the original 512MB in it. What meme can I put in....pc3200 1gb?
You want 512MB of memory which will give you a total of 1GB.
Though a suggestion if I may. If you are going to run or are running Vista, suggest you go higher. 1.512GB. This is listed on the Kingston.com site. (This is only a suggestion).
Good Luck! nordicwookie
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Changing motherboards on a laptop is not easy. You can only change the motherboard with exactly the same as what is installed originally because they are designed specifically for that laptop case. Changing motherboards in a desktop case is a different matter because desktop cases have standard mountings for motherboard to suit different manufacturers.
Turn Off the computer, now as soon as you hit the power button, keep on holding "Alt" key & keep on tapping "F10 key,ie: Alt+F10, it will open the recovery console ,select full factory restore and follow on screen instruction. (Note:this will erase all datas on the computer)Hope this helps
Sounds like your projector was told to be an extended desktop, but not in the usual place, which is to the right of your original screen.
One thing you might try, uninstalling and reinstalling the video card drivers if you can get them easily. Another thing is while your hooked up to the projector, if your using XP, is right click on the desktop, click Properties, Settings, then you should see 2 monitor icons. They should be side by side, if not make them side by side.
You could also make the projector your primary monitor, this will focus it on your desktop as if you were using your laptop screen. You might try this first to see if it corrects your problem.
I got given one of these MoBo's and, in a mad fit of generousity, told my daughter that I'd build her a PC for college using it!
I found the MoBo tech reference guide on this page-
It's near the bottom of the page, with the text "Technical Reference Guide for Compaq Evo D300/D500 Personal Computers and W4000 Workstations Featuring Intel Pentium 4 Processors and the 845 Chipset" on the button!
You will need page 6-11 for the Pin-Out details of the P5 connector.
Hope that helps you out